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Mistaken Goal: Where Higher Education & Technology Meet


"...technology is not something that happens to us. It is something we create. We must not confuse a tool with a goal. We must, therefore, be sure that technology serves the fundamental purposes of higher education." Stanley N. Katz in "In Information Technology, Don't Mistake a Tool for a Goal"

WIKINDX

This is my online bibliography of works read in the course of my studies or research. I'm always in the process of adding resources and I always feel that I'm behind. This tool is particularly useful as I upload documents (that you can't access or even see if you're not logged in) and use this as a network-accessible bibliography and document storage application. My goal is to never acquire the many binders and boxes full of papers, journals, and other documents that many scholars, researchers, and students seem to acquire.

I also caution that these are my personal research notes and they are not intended for publication or citation.

I am also aware that there are a few graphical oddities when viewing this with Internet Explorer. There are a few CSS oddities that I am working to track down. I almost always use Firefox so this is not at or near the top of my list of "Things to do." To the best of my knowledge, all of the functionality is present; it simply looks different (isn't it lovely when CSS actually degrades gracefully the way it should!).
 

Recent additions or edits

Erwin, T. D., & Miller, S. W. (1985). Technology and the three rs. NASPA Journal, 22(4), 47–51.    Added by: kguidry
2012-04-03 02:43:51
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Lewis, E. C. (1964). The computer as matchmaker. Journal of College Student Personnel, 6(1), 25–28.    Added by: kguidry
2012-04-03 02:22:10
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Bonifacio, P., & Nolan, J. (1978). Computer-augmented counseling: Maintaining student services on a limited budget. Journal of College Student Personnel, 19(5), 398–401.    Last edited by: kguidry
2012-04-03 02:15:19
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Hargittai, E. (2002). Second-level digital divide: Differences in people’s online skills. First Monday, 7(4).    Added by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:39:59
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Hargittai, E. (2003). The digital divide and what to do about it. In D. Jones (Ed.), New Economy Handbook (pp. 822–841).    Added by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:38:03
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Robinson, J., DiMaggio, P., & Hargittai, E. (2003). New social survey perspectives on the digital divide. IT & Society, 1(5), 1–22.    Added by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:36:22
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Hargittai, E. (2007). A framework for studying differences in people's digital media uses. In N. Kutscher & H.-U. Otto (Eds.), Cyberworld Unlimited (pp. 121–137).    Added by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:34:45
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DiMaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Celeste, C., & Shafer, S. (2004). Digital inequality: From unequal access to differentiated use. In K. Neckerman (Ed.), Social Inequality (pp. 355–400).    Added by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:31:36
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Hargittai, E. (2008). The digital reproduction of inequality. In Social Stratification (pp. 936–944). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.    Last edited by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:29:18
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Hargittai, E., & Hinnant, A. (2008). Digital inequality: Differences in young adults' use of the Internet. Communication Research, 35(5), 602–621.    Added by: kguidry
2011-05-27 15:24:07
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